Is It Necessary to Report Minor Car Accidents?

One of the first things motorists should do when they are involved in a serious car accident is report it to the police, particularly when severe injuries and property damage are involved. Fortunately, however, most car accidents are minor fender benders in which the motorists walk away without a scratch, and property damage is minimal » Read More

Can Car Accidents Cause Tinnitus?

Car accidents can indeed cause tinnitus. However, tinnitus is generally a symptom of an underlying problem, such as an ear injury or damage to the sensory hairs in the inner ear. When someone is injured in a car accident, they may develop tinnitus, particularly if they suffered a head injury or were exposed to loud » Read More

Is the COVID-19 Pandemic Causing an Increase in Reckless Driving?

Due to the current pandemic, there has not been much traffic on the roads. This means fewer traffic delays and the frustrations that go along with it. Unfortunately, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), the sparse traffic associated with the pandemic has caused an alarming spike in reckless driving behavior, including speeding, hard » Read More